Though we are loving these slow, quiet days at home with our new boy, it has been nice to still get out to try new restaurants and see new spots of our city, and the Happy Wrap has been perfect for many of these outings. I love having Milo cozied up on me, and he loves it, too. He almost always conks out as soon as I slip him in.
We decided to visit the Garfield Park Conservatory in Indianapolis for the first time one rainy day after the chaos of unpacking and seeing relatives and finding our routine died down. It was the perfect cold, rainy late-winter day activity. Lots of warmth, light, and green plants. We almost made it out of there without buying another houseplant. But a quirky one caught my eye, and every baby needs a plant to commemorate his first trip to the conservatory, right? (Just kidding. It will probably die quickly.)
I’ve used my Happy Wrap a lot at home, as well as on this outing and several others now. The benefits of babywearing are widely known, and they’re even greater for bonding and attachment with adopted babies and toddlers, in my opinion. I chose Happy Wrap, because I like the brand, and the price is more doable than some of their competitors.
Things to know about Happy Wraps:
+ Organic bamboo: soft, stretchy, and moisture wicking
+ Pretty colors and a couple patterns, most of which look good on papas, too
+ Use for babies from birth to 25 pounds
+ Clear, easy to learn tie instructions